New Era Grammar of Modern Irish
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Do Ghaedhealaibh na hÉireann toirbhrim an leabhrán so, le hionchas go mbeidh sé 'na "bhac sa bhearnain" dóibh i gcoinnibh an Bhéarlachais, agus i gcoinnibh na Galldachta. Tá teanga ársa uasal againn, agus cár mhisde dhúinn bheith mórdhálach aisti? Tá daoine ann, agus is é is dóich leo gur rud gan rath an Ghramadach—gur fearr i bhfad, adeirid, claoidhe leis an litridheacht! 'Seadh, agus gan teanga ná litridheacht a thuisgint ar aon tslacht! Tá dul amudhauathbhásach ar an dream san. Is éachtach an congnamh an Ghramadach do lucht foghluma na teangan agus do luchtléighte na litridheachta. Ní congnamh go dtí i! Oireann culaith uasal do smaomeamh áluinn, ach is mó smaomeamh áluinn a loitthear go minic le culaith ghiobalach ghránda do chur uime! "Omne tulit punctum qui miscuit utile dulc i!"
GEARÓID Ó NUALLÁM
ag Muigh Nuadhat dom
& Lá 'le Bríghde indiu againn.
I have decided to re-typeset this book, as it is far too important to be consigned to history.
The re-typeset work is now complete, subject to peer review, and is the 3rd pdf item in the list
The Docx format was found to be too fragile for a format of this complexity, so I had to salvage the file, and save as 2004.doc format, which is much more robust. The doc file is presented here also.
This has been essentially a manual operation, though heavily based of the text file generated by Archive.org.
Please notify me of any errors you may find in these work files, so that I can correct them.
The final result WILL be posted on Archive.org, and dedicated to public domain.
Curiously, you can only find the re-typeset file in the file collection. It seems not to be offered here for read-on-line.
However, if you would like a hard copy of this re-typeset work, please google the following number for a local source: ISBN 978-1-326-63492-6
Paperback, perfect binding.
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- We have evidence that Fr O'Nolan died in 1942, "Sheehan as it happened, had the last word. O'Nolan died in 1942 while Sheehan who had returned from Australia in 1937. was putting the finishing touches to the second edition of SCD." Page 4 of 7, Page head no: 182 of M Sheehan.pdf give here as evidence. Hence there should be no problems with copyright.
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